Frequency for wood

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Hi guys and gals.
Does anyone know the frequency for wood? Help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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I assume that you are talking of wooden reeds in musical instruments and they can cover a multitude of frequencys. Electrically wood has no rection to metal detectors.
 

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I assume that you are talking of wooden reeds in musical instruments and they can cover a multitude of frequencys. Electrically wood has no rection to metal detectors.
Yes. I was speaking acoustically/musically. I thought I misunderstood the question. As you said, wood doesn’t give a response to a detector.
 

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Yes. I was speaking acoustically/musically. I thought I misunderstood the question. As you said, wood doesn’t give a response to a detector.
Though this under long range detectors.
So I bet if a person stood in a forest it would give a response.
They're pretty sophisticated things. 🤫
 
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I understood the frequency that allows locating masses of various elements of the periodic table. For example gold 5000Hz.
 

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I understood the frequency that allows locating masses of various elements of the periodic table. For example gold 5000Hz.
I don’t know of any frequency. Wood/organic material is made of carbon so maybe you could put out a sample and start at the carbon frequency for your area and adjust to either side until you get it to lock-on. Around here, the earth’s magnetic field is about 54000 nano Tesla and carbon is 578 Hz. Somewhere there’s a thread on how to calculate frequency for platinum but you can use it for whatever element. I really don’t know how well this will work for organics. What type of wood are you searching for? I have some ideas for other ways besides a frequency generator.
 

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I don’t know of any frequency. Wood/organic material is made of carbon so maybe you could put out a sample and start at the carbon frequency for your area and adjust to either side until you get it to lock-on. Around here, the earth’s magnetic field is about 54000 nano Tesla and carbon is 578 Hz. Somewhere there’s a thread on how to calculate frequency for platinum but you can use it for whatever element. I really don’t know how well this will work for organics. What type of wood are you searching for? I have some ideas for other ways besides a frequency generator.
I don’t know of any frequency. Wood/organic material is made of carbon so maybe you could put out a sample and start at the carbon frequency for your area and adjust to either side until you get it to lock-on. Around here, the earth’s magnetic field is about 54000 nano Tesla and carbon is 578 Hz. Somewhere there’s a thread on how to calculate frequency for platinum but you can use it for whatever element. I really don’t know how well this will work for organics. What type of wood are you searching for? I have some ideas for other ways besides a frequency generator.
It would be easier if you could be more specific about what your are searching for and what type of location. Wood is everywhere and that could cause big problems. Best chance if there is some feature to distinguish it from other wood. That’s why I can’t help much without knowing more details about what the object is.
 

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I don’t know of any frequency. Wood/organic material is made of carbon so maybe you could put out a sample and start at the carbon frequency for your area and adjust to either side until you get it to lock-on. Around here, the earth’s magnetic field is about 54000 nano Tesla and carbon is 578 Hz. Somewhere there’s a thread on how to calculate frequency for platinum but you can use it for whatever element. I really don’t know how well this will work for organics. What type of wood are you searching for? I have some ideas for other ways besides a frequency generator.
I knew that...
 

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